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1. Taylor's business just managed to break even last month.
2. We're hoping that we'll at least break even, and perhaps make a small profit.
3. The airline hopes to break even next year and return to profit the following year.
4. Orange is expected to break even in net income terms by 1998.
5. Fujitsu says it expects to break even in 1993-94, with zero net profit.
6. The company is aiming to break even at the pretax level in the year ending March 31.
7. That could break even a high roller like Baltimore owner Peter Angelos.
8. Therefore, if the firms involved are to break even, how should they do it?
9. If we can break even - as I think we will - it will be a qualified success.
10. Port executives say that maritime operations should break even by 1999 or 2000.
11. If we're lucky, we'll break even.
12. What does break even mean?
13. If you gamble you're lucky when you break even.
14. How long will it take to break even?
15. Only after selling 100 units will you break even.
16. The second law says you can't even break even.
17. Once we break even, the rest will be gravy.
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18. The second statement -- you can't break even -- means that due to ever-increasing entropy, you can't return to the same energy state.
19. I see you hope to break even in under three years.
20. Tax was levied on the land regardless of crop yield, and an average family could hardly break even.
21. The company made a small loss last year but this year has managed to break even.
22. But this would raise only ￡1 million a year - nothing like enough to break even.
23. The continued presence of those units on the balance sheet is slowing progress to break even, the company has said.
24. When you add fund expenses, you have to earn more than 2 % a year just to break even.
25. Many people think museums make lots of money on big shows, but in truth, they hardly ever break even.
26. On the supply side, firms maximize profits and entry occurs until the marginal firm can only just break even.
27. Thus the market is now a money-loser: it needs 47,000 contracts a day to break even, but manages barely 30,000.
28. It also analyses the risk of the project by Sensibility Analysis and Break Even Point .
29. That let us do a rough calculation of when our customer would break even on its investment in our services.
30. The theatre needs to fill over ninety per cent of its seats every night just to break even.
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